All Anker cables are good. I have never had a failure since their originals and all they have done since appears as cosmetic.
There is one critical technical difference to be aware of is:
- 100W. USB is rated to 3W and USB-PD is to 20V, so 60W. A cable can only do 60W unless it is rated to 5A at 20V to get to 100W.
- length. All wires lose energy linearly over their length. A longer cable has more length in which it can develop microcracks in the metal to accumulate resistance. Over the length this represents as a voltage drop. The USB standard accomodates this via allowing the voltage to vary (e.g. a 5V standard can still work to 4.2V) but it is still energy lost as heat within the cable. So if you care about Wattage, get the shortest cable you can tolerate. Shorter cables where power matters most.
Buy the lowest cost Anker cable which is just long enough and ignore everything unless you need >60W then buy a 100W cable.
The bend wear thing they mention, the cable will outlive your need. Standards change and a 20,000 bend survivable cable will likely become redundant before it fails. I paid extra for their top of line USB-A to USB-C cables which now are not used as it USB-C to USB-C mostly. Before that I wasted money of USB-A to MicroB and they are idle as MicroB is not used as much. Today’s cables will become idle due to… something none of us have thought of.
Laptops are going towards 100W, so focus on if you are going to invest in an expensive cable you expect to use long time, get 100W.
Get the shortest cable you can tolerate.
Consider not a wall charger, but a desk charger so the USB cable is shorter. I don’t think Anker has a desk charger with a port more than 45W so this is not a relevant point currently.
I would also tangentially suggest invest in a minimalist Powercore as they kind of get around the cable problem by bringing the power nearer you. Most people should be owning a few Powercore to handle portable and emergency situations and they need maintaining via periodic use. A side-effect is you use them at home / office to deliberately drain them to charge so you get the 4-5 typical years of life. So you would own a few Powercore. These then are being used in lieu of a charger in few spots in your life.